January 16, 2012 on: Environment, Mining

The Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism organized a forum on responsible development in mining sector at the Government House over the weekend.

L.Gansukh opened the forum with a speech. He noted that nature and environment would be root of stable development and all organizations’ and citizens’ effort to protect nature and environment would be a significant issue. MP S.Oyun, Nature, Environment and Tourism Deputy Minister Ch.Jargalsaikhan, Head of Civil Council of Nature and Environment D.Ganbold, and other officials answered questions from delegates at discussion on theme “Stable Development and the Mining Sector”. The most interested question was about water because many rivers and lakes dried due to mining activity. Besides, water is scarce in gobi region where Oyutolgoi and Tavantolgoi deposit mines economic circulation is being developed. Delegates concluded that understanding of “responsible mining” should be realized in mining sector and environment friendly mining activity should be disseminated. Besides, delegates have issued an appeal from discussed problems at the forum. The appeal has included some issues such as Parliament to pass packet law on nature and environment, to intensify enforcement of laws on nature protection, to form recovery fund. Besides, the ministry officials expressed their hope that results of air pollution reduction and environment degradation fight would be taken in 2012.   Please note that this article and / or its accompanying media (picture, video, sound files etc…) has not been written, created or taken by M.A.D. Investment Solutions staff. It is not copyrighted to M.A.D. Investment Solutions nor does the company claim any ownership or rights towards the content and its accompanying media. The above article does not in any case represent the views or opinions of M.A.D. Investment Solutions or any of its affiliate individuals or companies. The article above is purely meant as a source of information to readers and does not constitute a legal or biding agreement in any way, shape or form. Ownership of the content and its accompanying media remains with its legal owner or contributor but was sourced from Public Domain sources. If you are the owner of this content or its media and would like it replaced or taken out of our website, please contact us on: info@mad-mongolia.com. For contact and comments directly relating to the above article and or its accompanying media, please refer to the source as stated below.

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